Certificate in Managing Data and Information

The Managing Data and Information Certificate will provide students with a broader understanding of how data can be used to address diverse, real-world problems in multiple sectors and disciplines. It will prepare students to use data to inform evidence-based decision making, and provide a broader understanding of current trends of information production.  Students will understand the importance of information management in supporting decision-making, and be prepared to effectively leverage information systems to meet business needs.
Required Courses (9 credit hours):
MGMT 2605 Data Literacy*
MGMT 3601 Information in a Networked World
MGMT 3511 Management Information Systems* 
*Students will be required to complete MGMT 1301.03 and MGMT 1302.03 before registering for these courses.
Students must obtain a minimum grade of B- for all courses counted toward the certificate.
To graduate with the Certificate, students must apply to graduate with a Certificate per the timelines determined by the Registrar's Office.